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IFF team Working From Home & Farewell to Sue

October 2020 Update

IFF Team Working from Home

Following Scottish Government guidance on the coronavirus pandemic, the IFF team (Kate & Chloe) remain working from home. This means that we will not be able to answer phone calls to the Inner Forth Futures office and have limited opportunitiest to collect post. We are still available by email and mobile phone, so please get in touch via our This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. address in the first instance and one of us will get in touch with you. Alternatively please follow our social media pages and share how you are exploring the nature and heritage of the Inner Forth this autumn. We'd be delighted to hear from you! 

Farewell to Sue

Inner Forth Project Officer Sue Walker, who has worked with us since Inner Forth Landscape Initiative began its delivery phase in 2014, moved on to pastures new at the end of September. With restrictions not allowing us to meet in a group we gave Sue a 'virtual' goodbye to wish her well in her new role and say a big thank for her work with us over the past 6 years. 

Sue, who is going to work for the Scottish Wildlife Trust on the Cumbernauld and Coigach & Assynt Living Landscapes projects, commented: 'It's been a fantastic six years working in the Inner Forth. It's not only a unique and amazing landscape, but over the years I've been here I've met and worked with some of the friendliest and most helpful people you could imagine. There are so many folk who are incredibly proud of the area, and work extremely hard in all sorts of ways to make the Inner Forth special. They have made my time here a real pleasure, and I will miss them all. Thank you everyone!'

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